With less than two years remaining before the 2022 general elections, politicians from different regions have been running up and down to try and find amicable solutions to their deteriorating political careers.
The likes of Deputy President William Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga have been viewed as the leading horses in the race as they look to take over from President Kenyatta when his term Finally comes to an end in 2022.
A few days ago, there were reports that the President Has promised to support a NASA candidate If the group can agree on one Candidate in 2022.
The revelation drew mixed reactions from Kenyans with many sympathizing with Deputy President William Ruto who seemed to have been left out.
On Thursday night, the Deputy President however denied the reports that the President had promised to support a NASA candidate in 2022.
According to Ruto, the President did not promise anyone during last week's meeting.
He blamed the newspaper for misreporting. Video.
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